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"Blair Underwood Presents Olympic Pride, American Prejudice" by Deborah Riley Draper and Travis Thrasher

You've always held such promise. People could see it in you, starting when you were small: you were going to go places, do good, make a mark on the world. They were proud to know you, happy to watch you ...

New book illustrates healing energy by showing the energy fields

Intuitive healers can use illustrations found in the new book “On A Clear Day: An Artist’s Perspective on Energy Healing” (published by Balboa Press) by iregina, that the author says came to her from angelic visions to help their clients ...

Roger Nimmo prompts Christians to answer the question, ‘What Is the Condition of Your Heart According To The Scriptures?’

Most Christians lack an understanding of how the condition of the spiritual heart affects every area of their lives and their relationship with God. This belief encouraged Roger Nimmo to write his first book, “What Is the Condition of Your ...

New book offers inspiring and insightful guidelines on how to change your life’s course and rediscover your purpose

Dr. Ben Quartsin takes readers on a journey of self-discovery in his debut publication titled “Arise” (published by WestBow Press).

“Franchise: The Golden Arches in Black America” by Marcia Chatelain

Your hand is in the bag again. Those French fries you bought aren’t going to make it home, that’s for sure. You should’ve bought a double order; your burger won’t taste the same without them alongside. Sometimes, a craving hits ...

No More Dodging Bullets: How The Worst Things In Life Can Lead To A New Perspective And Gratitude

Amy Herrig is the epitome of ‘beating the odds.’ Today, her life is great; she’s happily married, enjoys football, reading, and cooking gourmet meals for her family. But it wasn’t always this way. Since her teens, Amy has battled addictions, ...

Realistic Tale Of TV Newsroom Corruption Thrills, Entertains

When greed and corruption invade the airways, the truth isn't the only thing that suffers. Yellow, by Jeanne Charters, is a suspense-filled, cautionary tale that underscores the importance — and the misunderstood vulnerabilities — of a free press.

New book invites readers to get to know ‘Tiffany’

Author Lee Ann Sifuentes enters the world of publishing with the release of “Tiffany” (published by Xlibris), a book about a young girl who remains passionate and energetic despite of her condition.

“Clean Getaway” by Nic Stone

Your next vacation could be the dream of a lifetime. It could take you to the beach, park, or the mountains, shopping or sightseeing, visiting pals or hanging with family. A vacation could get you one city away, it can ...

“By and By: Charles Albert Tindley, the Father of Gospel Music” by Carole Boston Weatherford, illustrated by Bryan Collier

Every Sunday morning, you get to do your favorite thing. You get to sing.

Joseph "Rev Run" Simmons and Justine Simmons Open Up About Their Marriage

In a time when life feels fragile and love can seem fleeting, there are signposts reminding us that life holds immeasurable meaning and love can last a lifetime if we have vision and faith and accrue the tools to sustain ...

Experience the pain and emotions of losing one’s child and healing found through God in new book

Needing an outlet to express her grief and heart-wrenching pain after the death of her infant daughter, Sandra Bearor began writing to process and cope with her mourning and find a way to tolerate her day-to-day responsibilities with her five ...

Author Travels His Father’s Life-Changing Road Trip 80 Years Later, Chronicled in Riveting Adventures

After retiring in 2005, author Charlie Seymour went on a six-month, mind-expanding road trip, on motorcycle, to Mexico. One of the few personal items he brought with him was his father Walt Seymour’s pocket diary, which he had kept when ...

“Hitting a Straight Lick with a Crooked Stick” by Zora Neale Hurston, edited with an introduction by Genevieve West, foreword by Tayari Jones

Everybody has that place. You know, that place where everyone knows you, they know what you want, and they get it for you before your coat’s half off. It’s where you can catch up on gossip and good news, where ...

“Delivered by Midwives: African American Midwifery in the Twentieth-Century South” by Jenny M. Luke c.2018, University Press of Mississippi $30.00 / higher in Canada 193 pages

The mailman’s come and gone for today. He never brings you much anymore anyhow, just a few bills and a card sometimes; now and then, you might get a box of something you purchased and that’s always fun. You know, ...

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